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Things worth reading: 24th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Credit Suisse earnings boosted by tax windfall Why the euro is more durable than it looks China aims to launch the world’s first official digital currency How to think about moral hazard during a pandemic Developing world economies hit hard by coronavirus For SoftBank’s …

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Things worth reading: 23rd April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … World Bank warns of collapse in money sent home by migrant workers Top economist: US coronavirus response is like ‘third world’ country China on slow road to recovery, but recession risk is high: Reuters poll $500 billion coronavirus aid package passes U.S. Senate, headed …

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Things worth reading: 22nd April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Bank of England boss: Loans need to be sorted out Fitch downgrades 10 European banks and warns coronavirus impact could lead to more Chinese bank publishes first-ever banking blockchain white paper RBS digital bank Bo is losing its chief product builder Coronavirus: Branson offers …

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Things worth reading: 21st April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Bank of England ‘failing climate’ with Covid-19 stimulus programme CMA letter to Metro Bank on breaches of the Retail Banking Order Businesses Say Big Banks Flouted ‘First Come First Served’ for Aid Are Credit Unions As Safe As Banks Right Now? As Firms Scramble …

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Things worth reading: 20th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Bank of England governor piles pressure on bank CEOs Big Banks, Readying for a Recession, Set Aside Billions ‘Banks will behave better this time than during financial crisis’ How the coronavirus has hit the biggest US banks, in five charts U.S. banks seek term …

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Things worth reading: 17th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … EU helps protect weak firms from foreign takeovers How deep will downturns in rich countries be? The dollar’s dominance masks China’s rise in finance Morgan Stanley CEO: coronavirus will continue to pose challenges U.S. loan program hits $350 billion cap leaving thousands of small …

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Things worth reading: 16th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … The SEC’s Regulation Best Interest — are broker-dealers prepared to comply? Biggest Wall Street banks set aside $25bn for loan losses Wells Fargo, BofA and JPMorgan grant overdraft relief as stimulus checks roll in With confidence shattered, the road to a ‘normal’ U.S. economy …

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Things worth reading: 15th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include …. IMF has no experience of recession arriving with such ferocity | Larry Elliott JP Morgan sets aside $8.3bn to cover Covid-19 losses UK economy could shrink by 35% with 2m job losses, warns OBR Not even Wall Street titans know the true cost of …

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Things worth reading: 14th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … A Wall Street Bank’s Hard-Driving Culture Pushes Traders Into the Office Former Barclays banker cleared of fraud hits out at SFO’s powers ‘Banks will behave better this time than during financial crisis’ Millions in UK having to choose between paying rent and eating, poll …

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Things worth reading: 13th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … US banks to report earnings under shadow of coronavirus What to Keep an Eye On in Q1 Bank Earnings Reports Just 1.4% of firms enquiring about UK coronavirus business loans successful Loans scheme must work faster, government admits Banks should not be shamed into …

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Things worth reading: 10th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Coronavirus: Banks’ top brass forgo bonuses UK economy already flatlining before coronavirus, figures reveal Hedge funds ‘raking in billions’ during coronavirus crisis Wall Street rises on latest Fed rescue program IMF chief: World facing worst economic crisis since Great Depression Bank of England to …

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Things worth reading: 9th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include …. Fraudsters likely to target furlough scheme, says HMRC chief Union calls for cash payment ban on UK buses over coronavirus Virus could push half a billion people into poverty Why a lot of startups will come to regret their unicorn status How sick might …

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Things worth reading: 8th April 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Have the banks played a blinder? Donald Trump ‘lost $1bn in a month’ from coronavirus lockdown WeWork sues SoftBank after withdrawal of $3bn deal U.S. Treasury talks continue on $25 billion in aviation grants Coronavirus: Twitter boss pledges $1bn for relief effort Calls for …

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